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Migraine

Trusted information about migraine, symptoms, the causes, diagnosis and treatments can be found on this page.

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Headache and Migraine Awareness Week

Headache Australia will be hosting free public forums on Migraine Management during Headache and Migraine Awareness Week, 14 - 19 September.

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National Headache and Migraine Week

During National Headache and Migraine Week, Headache Australia encourages headache and migraine sufferers to join the National Headache Register.

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What causes vomiting?

Information on possible causes of vomiting and links to trusted resources.

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Headache medication

Most people have headaches occasionally. Find out what can cause them and how you can treat different types of headaches.

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Magnesium

Magnesium is a mineral that people get from the food they eat, like vegetables, pulses, nuts, seeds and whole grains. Read about magnesium’s benefits.

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Paracetamol

Trusted information about paracetamol, including how it works, when to take it and possible side effects.

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Chiropractors

Trusted information about chiropractors and chiropractic treatments, including effectiveness and safety, where to find a registered chiropractor and questions to ask.

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Nervous system

Your nervous system controls much of what your body does including walking, speaking and other activities. Learn more about how it works and related conditions.

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Headaches

Trusted information on headaches including the different types of primary and secondary headaches and effects of dehydration.

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Motion sickness

Motion (or travel) sickness occurs when you feel unwell due to being in a moving vehicle. Commonly known as 'car sickness' or 'sea sickness', it is a normal response and can generally be prevented.

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